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Match Aftermath: Dundee 1 - 2 QOS ( 20th Nov 2019)

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Dundee beaten at home against Queen of the south.

Dobbie opened the scoring in the 29th minute with a superb goal past Hamiltons righ hand side.

Johnson equalised with a fantastic solo effort in which he left McCrorie no chance to save as it bulleted past him from distance.

Then 31 seconds later, a mistake by Forster gave Dobbie his second and the 3 points for QOS.

Dundee 1 - 2 QOS

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That was as bad a performance as I can remember from any Dundee side for a very, very long time.

Dont have enough time to slate everybody.

That’s it in a nutshell mate.... Fans have gave up on Mcpake.... A manager that should be cutting his teeth at a far lower level (if anyone would take him)  A great servant as a player

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1 minute ago, harry94 said:

Unreal. That and the Thistle game .....

From the moment we scored to Dobbie putting them 2 -1 up just just unreal. From total joy at a wonderful goal from Johnson, to the other end and watching Dobbie score in less than a minute...... just wow.

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Some performances are so bad that the result just seems irrelevant. I didnt even stand up for Johnson's equaliser and just burst out laughing at the winner. It just all seemed pretty pointless and i couldn't really give a monkeys.

Which is sad. But more to life n all that.

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2 minutes ago, Frank Grimes said:

Some performances are so bad that the result just seems irrelevant. I didnt even stand up for Johnson's equaliser and just burst out laughing at the winner. It just all seemed pretty pointless and i couldn't really give a monkeys.

Which is sad. But more to life n all that.

Agreed, this team just isn't worth caring about.

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1 minute ago, Prince Buster said:

That was as bad a performance as I can remember from any Dundee side for a very, very long time.

We started off well and just fell apart that in the end it was just comical.

1 minute ago, Frank Grimes said:

Some performances are so bad that the result just seems irrelevant. I didnt even stand up for Johnson's equaliser and just burst out laughing at the winner. It just all seemed pretty pointless and i couldn't really give a monkeys.

Which is sad. But more to life n all that.

We didn't do enough to earn a point never mind the three points. I was just hoping that a point would be good enough from a game we never deserved a point from in the end.

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5 minutes ago, Frank Grimes said:

Some performances are so bad that the result just seems irrelevant. I didnt even stand up for Johnson's equaliser and just burst out laughing at the winner. It just all seemed pretty pointless and i couldn't really give a monkeys.

Which is sad. But more to life n all that.

That’s it in a nutshell mate....

Fans have gave up on Mcpake....

A manager that should be cutting his teeth at a far lower level (if anyone would take him) 

A great servant as a player to our club, but for all our sakes put him out his misery..

Utter shambles.

Can you imagine Tannadice in 3 weeks with Mcpake in charge, it doesn’t bear thinking about.

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1 minute ago, Mr Sensible said:

 

Can you imagine Tannadice in 3 weeks with Mcpake in charge, it doesn’t bear thinking about.

They will give us at least 7. I'm not going to it and I probably wont even watch it. 

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